Monthly Archives: November 2014

Leaf Drawing: Week 1

I found the leaf for the first week of my drawing challenge on the doorstep of a friend who’d been ill and unable to sweep her porch.  Lucky me! I drew it. Using an app called C4LA (Camera for Line … Continue reading

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A weekend to dye for

My two briefs from Ruth Hadlow’s workshop invoke exploring crochet a bit more. Armed with skeins of undyed alpaca, alpaca and silk, silk, wool and cotton of different weights, I drove to York (120 km east of Perth) to indulge … Continue reading

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Development Briefs: Ruth Hadlow Workshop

The take down of the Hidden Revealed Transformed exhibition ( has given me a pause.  A pause to reflect on where to next. Felicitously, this pause coincided with the opportunity to do a workshop this past weekend which was sponsored … Continue reading

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